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Weardale Railway
#1 of 5 things to do in Stanhope
The children and adults were entertained throughout the journey to the North Pole with our waiters (Alex and Emma) singing and dancing and really getting everyone in the spirit.
... the chefs and conductors on the train were brill as was the elf and santa...quite magical for small children but I'd say if they're over 7 ish it could be borderline believable ....good though and big thanks t...
Fondant & Apron Strings
#2 of 5 things to do in Stanhope
Weardale Open Air Swimming Pool
#4 of 5 things to do in Stanhope
Hall Hill Farm Durham 8.6 mi away
#5 of 36 things to do in Durham
Brilliant farm, great fun for children and adults, there is always plenty going on and plenty of activities for children including an indoor soft play!
A really great farm- it was just me and my boyfriend but it would be really great for families- kids would love it and I’ll definitely be bringing my nephew next time- thank you Hall Hill, we’ll be back!
Bowlees Visitor Centre Barnard Castle 9.1 mi away
#2 of 18 things to do in Barnard Castle
Visited after a delightful walk up to Gibsons Cave and Summerhill Force and before we did the dramatic walk to Low Force and High Force.11 of us were spending a family holiday based in Great Aspy so waterfalls wer...
We used the 50p leaflet from the shop to walk to the the cave and waterfall, the children loved the stopping points and information on the trail and despite the rain we had a super afternoon out.
Derwent Reservoir Consett 7.8 mi away
#1 of 19 things to do in Consett
Beautiful walk around reservoir and great views.New picnic areas installed and Shop has a much greater selection since last visit.Excellent play area for Children.
There is a new cafe and children's play area at the reservoir which is a good place for taking children during holidays.Also a good place to start a walk in the hills and to return for a simple coffee and cake.
Hamsterley Forest Hamsterley 7.7 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Hamsterley
Follow any of the trails and you will find tranquility, there is a play area for children and plenty of car parking ( for which you have to pay ) but well worth it for a splendid day out, there is a little cafe, b...
Some of the play areas were suitable for her which she enjoyed but most are for slightly older children - they are located on a 0.5 mile loop around the beck with a new playground every few yards.
High Force Waterfall Middleton in Teesdale 8.3 mi away
#1 of 9 things to do in Middleton in Teesdale
Free Parking Entrance is a donation amount of your choice Dogs welcome Perfect for picnics Families, couples, and groups Would highly recommend
This is a hidden gem which as a child we used to cycle on route to from Barnie castle to Stanhope The winding walk down allows you to admire the natural woodland forna and wildlife .But be aware these falls can be...
North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty Bishop Auckland 0.1 mi away
#4 of 16 things to do in Bishop Auckland
There are places for families to visit in the area sush as the Killhope lead mining Museum.
Fantastic walking trails, countless waterfalls and pools of water for kids to splash about in and not forgetting some of the most amazing views in the North East rivalling the Cheviots and North Yorkshire Moors
The Weardale Museum & High House Chapel Ireshopeburn 7.7 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Ireshopeburn
The past is brought to life through the items from local daily life donated to the museum and the history of the area, the mines, the people who worked in them and their families has been collected and displayed i...
If you have Weardale ancestors there is a very good Family History resource with lots of information.